TOP HEADLINES

‘Aftermath’ exhibit opens at the Grand

By: Clay Schuldt

NEW ULM — A virtual grand opening for the “Aftermath” art installation exhibit was has held Friday at the Grand Center for Arts and Culture. The exhibit features the artwork of Minnesota State University Mankato students Nelly Jasinski, ...

April 10, 2021

MVL 2nd in Knowledge Bowl state meet

Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School finished second in the State Knowledge Bowl,held virtually on Friday. Twenty-four teams competed in the Class A division. Minnesota Valley Lutheran finished in second place with 82 points. They were in first ...

April 10, 2021

Baby lamb springs up at Divine Providence

The Divine Providence Community Home Sisters and Grandfriends excitedly gathered outside their rooms and down hallways last Saturday to meet a week-old lamb brought by John Holles and Alana Feser of Springfield. DPCH Grandfriends were thrilled ...

April 10, 2021

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SPORTS

Batt steps down as NUHS girls’ basketball coach

By Jim Bastian Journal Sports Writer NEW ULM — Brian Batt, who has been the head girls’ basketball coach at New Ulm High School for the past four seasons, resigned from that position on Tuesday. Batt, who had a 54-32 record in his four ...

April 10, 2021

Mathiowetz named Tomahawk Player of the Year

SLEEPY EYE — Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s junior Madison Mathiowetz was named the Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball Player of the Year. Mathiowetz led the Knights to the state semifinals as the Knights finished 23-1 this season. She was ...

April 9, 2021

Domeier named Tomahawk Player of the Year

SLEEPY EYE — Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s junior Carson Domeier was named the Tomahawk Conference boys’ basketball Player of the Year. Knights head coach Judd Walter was named the Coach of the Year by the conference also. Joining Domeier on ...

April 9, 2021

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